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APPG Suburban Taskforce releases update report

04 Mar 2021

APPG Suburban Taskforce releases update report

The parliamentary Suburban Taskforce has unveiled an Update Report summarising its workstreams and emerging considerations since it formed in March 2020. This includes key feedback from its public “Ca...

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London Plan tall buildings policy and impact on Boroughs

Tall Buildings

04 Mar 2021

London Plan tall buildings policy and impact on Boroughs

The NLA Expert Panel on Tall Buildings met this week to discuss the impact of the new London Plan on high rise developments.

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Five minutes with… Federico Garcia Parra

04 Mar 2021

Five minutes with… Federico Garcia Parra

David Taylor catches up with Head of Global Strategic Accounts and Customer Advisory Board Chair at Otis, Federico Garcia Parra about the findings from a scientific study they commissioned on how elev...

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Small sites seek planning boost

Housing

04 Mar 2021

Small sites seek planning boost

Small sites need a more ‘proportionate’ planning system to speed these complex projects through to delivery, experts argue.

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London needs more leadership – sounding board

03 Mar 2021

London needs more leadership – sounding board

London needs more leadership to revitalise its Central Activity Zone - but design codes will do little to lift density or quality, says the New London Sounding Board

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Our town centres are tomorrow’s places to live

Retail & Hospitality

03 Mar 2021

Our town centres are tomorrow’s places to live

As the way we live and work continues to change, it’s time to focus on repurposing town centres and making them fit for the future, says David Cowans, Places for People Group Chief Executive.

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A light Industrial Revival

Urban Innovation

03 Mar 2021

A light Industrial Revival

David Weatherhead, Design Principal at HOK’s London Studio, discusses the impact of industrialisation and rise of consumer culture on Britain's craftsmanship and presents a new model that helps reinvi...

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Research Study Finds Short Elevator Ride with Simple Mitigation is Comparative Low Exposure Amid Pandemic

02 Mar 2021

Research Study Finds Short Elevator Ride with Simple Mitigation is Comparative Low Exposure Amid Pandemic

Stephen R. Nichols, Innovation Leader and Associate Engineering Director at Otis Elevator Co. presents the findings of a three-year academic research study focused on understanding the relative risk o...

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Home renovating: do I need planning permission?

Don't move, Improve

26 Feb 2021

Home renovating: do I need planning permission?

When starting out on your own home improvement project it can be hard to know what you need permission for, or if you need it at all. This article by Resi & The Hopps Partnership, which appeared in th...

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A true city is powered by the people

Enabling Communities

25 Feb 2021

A true city is powered by the people

One way to enable evidence-based decision making by cities is to integrate physical and digital urban infrastructure and identify usage patterns and emerging trends. However, as cities become increasi...

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Harnessing digital tools for a low-carbon future

Urban Innovation

24 Feb 2021

Harnessing digital tools for a low-carbon future

Architects and engineers are developing in-house models to help in the crusade to create the next generation of zero carbon buildings. And representatives from four of the leading exponents presented...

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Five minutes with... Lindsay Urquhart

Work

24 Feb 2021

Five minutes with... Lindsay Urquhart

David Taylor catches up with Bespoke Careers CEO Lindsay Urquhart to get the lowdown on architectural recruitment patterns across the world, making a new life in Australia, and what exactly got smashe...

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